F13 lecture 23

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Unformatted text preview: i popula1on locus allele frequency 1 A 1 0.00 1 A 2 1.00 1 B 1 0.30 1 B 2 0.70 1 C 1 0.28 1 C 2 0.51 1 C 3 0.21 1 D 1 0.19 1 D 2 0.69 1 D 3 0.12 1 E 1 0.12 1 E 2 0.77 1 E 3 0.11 1 F 1 0.04 1 F 2 0.56 1 F 3 0.40 1 G 1 0.22 1 G 2 0.60 1 G 3 0.06 1 G 4 0.12 popula1on locus allele frequency 2 A 1 0.66 2 A 2 0.34 2 B 1 0.18 2 B 2 0.82 2 C 1 0.81 2 C 2 0.05 2 C 3 0.14 2 D 1 0.04 2 D 2 0.93 2 D 3 0.03 2 E 1 0.76 2 E 2 0.20 2 E 3 0.04 2 F 1 0.74 2 F 2 0.10 2 F 3 0.16 2 G 1 0.10 2 G 2 0.71 2 G 3 0.08 2 G 4 0.11 Gene1c distance – how to compute Refresher – natural logarithm •  •  •  •  Logarithm (power) in base e What is e? e = a mathema1cal constant an irra1onal number •  2.7182818284590452353602874713526624… •  Discovered by Euler (retains “e” in his honor) •  Shows up a lot in mathema1cs, e.g. Bernoulli discovered that it was the basis of compound interest –  Wikipedia: an account that starts at $1 and offers an annual interest rate of R will, a6er t years, yield eRt dollars with con8nuous compounding Gene1c distance – how to compute two...
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